About The Veteran's Site
The Veteran's Site works for the greater good and supplies meals for the homeless and needy veterans in the US; so far hundreds and thousands of meals have been provided to needy veterans and the charity works by getting donations. The veteran’s site is run by the greater good, and the greater good began in 1999, charities supported by the greater good fund animals, pets, and causes related to the environment and the planet. The founders of the charity, Tim and Greg have been working as social activists since 1976, and they first founded the Hunger site and realized the potential of connecting charities with donors, online. Anyone can visit the site and help veterans in need – the online store carries merchandise that can be bought and part of the item’s retail price is given to the charity. Customers also get free shipping when they spend $99 and more.
The Veteran's Site doesn’t specify a price-match guarantee.
Customers may return a product within 45 days of purchase; some custom-printed items cannot be exchanged or refunded.
The Veteran's Site store doesn’t specify a loyalty program. Customers may create an account to place orders and track orders.
Seasonal sales, discounts, and promo codes are advertised on the official website. Newsletter subscribers get access to latest deals, and reminders to donate.
The Veteran's Site store doesn’t specify qualified customer discounts.
The store doesn’t specify a trade-in policy.
The Veteran's Site doesn’t offer a credit card to its customers.